[Neasis-l] ASIST 2015 Annual Meeting - Reg and Program Online
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2015 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology
Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community
November 6-10, 2015 Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch St. Louis, Missouri
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This years ASIS&T conference theme provides an opportunity for information science researchers including academics and practitioner researchers to discuss the impact of their research on industry, on government, on local/national/global community groups, on individuals, on information systems, on libraries/museums/galleries, and on other practice contexts. The theme highlights the introduction of a new conference focus on Applied Research, which recognizes that basic research in information science is also inspired by, and/or connected to, information practice contexts.
8 Preconference Workshops
40 Contributed Papers
18 Panel Discussions
Aaron Doering Building Community Online: Connecting People, Places, and Ideas through Innovative Design. Doerring is associate professor in the LT Media Lab at the University of Minnesota, currently holds the Bonnie Westby Huebner Endowed Chair in Education and Technology. His research involves the design, development and evaluation of online and mobile teaching environments; technology integration in K-12 settings; and the innovative use of technology to support teaching and learning.
Sarah Morton Creating Impact: Issues, Challenges and Solutions Morton works at the intersection of social research, policy and practice in a range of leadership roles. She is co-director of the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Also within the University of Edinburgh, Sarah is the knowledge exchange specialist for the Centre for Community and Public Health Sciences and an impact analyst. She is a director of What Works Scotland and she is also an associate of the research unit for research utilization at the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement and was a member of the Scottish Funding Councils working group on Knowledge Exchange and Public Policy. Sarahs research has investigated the process assessing the impact of research on policy and practice. She has a specialty in contribution analysis and uses this approach in a variety of projects, often working with non-academic partners, and also to assess the impact of research.
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